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Polícia Nacional Peruana.   http://trome.pe/tag/366088/policia-nacional-peru

Polícia Nacional Peruana. http://trome.pe/tag/366088/policia-nacional-peru

We basically gave the Emu Sweater a little chop and made you the Cordelia Sweater. It's like the equally cute little sister. This is a crop turtleneck with long sleeves and a loose/boxy fit. It's made in LA from soft alpaca wool that's hand-sorted in the Peruvian highlands. The texture is similar to cashmere - only better because it's a lot more eco-friendly. Made from 100% alpaca yarns.

Cordelia Alpaca Sweater

We basically gave the Emu Sweater a little chop and made you the Cordelia Sweater. It's like the equally cute little sister. This is a crop turtleneck with long sleeves and a loose/boxy fit. It's made in LA from soft alpaca wool that's hand-sorted in the Peruvian highlands. The texture is similar to cashmere - only better because it's a lot more eco-friendly. Made from 100% alpaca yarns.

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Nuestro Ejército en video: 27 soldados del servicio militar voluntario alcanzaron vacante de ingreso a la Escuela Militar de Chorrillos.

Nuestro Ejército en video: 27 soldados del servicio militar voluntario alcanzaron vacante de ingreso a la Escuela Militar de Chorrillos.

Image of Neili Mini skirt by Awamaki Lab - Awamaki label was formed in 2009 to support a cooperative of 10 women weavers from Patacancha, a rural Quechua community in the Andes of Peru. The AwaStore offers items created thanks to the Peruvian weavers. Their work support education and training for the local people, as well as provide income for the weavers and their families.

Image of Neili Mini skirt by Awamaki Lab - Awamaki label was formed in 2009 to support a cooperative of 10 women weavers from Patacancha, a rural Quechua community in the Andes of Peru. The AwaStore offers items created thanks to the Peruvian weavers. Their work support education and training for the local people, as well as provide income for the weavers and their families.

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